Incident Investigation


Duration: One Day
Price: $325 plus HST
Group Price(4 or more): Email

Incident Investigation


Incident investigations are critical to an effective occupational health and safety management system. HSPI’s full-day course delves into the importance of systems investigations, emphasizing a broad approach to uncovering multiple causes, including near misses. Aligned with the current CSA Standard (Canadian Standards Association) for Incident Investigations, this course ensures a comprehensive understanding of incident analysis and prevention strategies.

Who should take this incident investigation training?

This course is vital for a wide spectrum of professionals engaged in incident investigations. Joint Health and Safety Committee Members (JHSC Members), Health and Safety Representatives (HSR), Health and Safety Supervisors, Managers, Health and Safety Officers, and HR professionals will greatly benefit from this insightful program.

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What topics will be covered?

  • Incident Investigation and Prevention Programs
  • Importance of Pre-Incident Planning
  • Reporting requirements
  • Choosing the Investigation team
  • Report writing and follow-up
  • Contributing and underlying factors of incidents, a systems approach
  • Application of Theory in a Practical Case Study

Additional Details

You will gain access to the Incident Investigations training package that consists of the following:

  • Fillable PDF workbook that you can choose to print, or fill in electronically.
  • Links to HSPI’s favorite online resources.
  • Our Training Coordinator and IT team will be available during the training for support throughout the Workplace Incident Investigations course.
  • You will need a computer with a camera and microphone and an internet connection to attend the Incident Investigations training. We recommend the use of a computer or laptop for a better experience.
  • The Workplace Incident Investigations course will be delivered using Zoom. Use the test link to make sure you can access Zoom on your device.
  • To access the digital training material, you must log in to BIS Trainer during the course.
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Incident investigations delve into understanding the root causes of workplace incidents, aiming to prevent their recurrence.
Incident investigations are vital for identifying hazards, addressing safety gaps, and preventing future accidents, ensuring a safer work environment.
Incident investigations encompass both accidents and near misses, aiming to identify potential risks and prevent future occurrences.
Yes, incident investigation training is vital for all safety personnel to analyze incidents and implement preventive measures effectively.
HSPI’s incident investigation course encompasses key topics like incident analysis, prevention strategies, reporting requirements, and report writing for comprehensive training.
Health and safety representatives, supervisors, HR professionals, and members of joint health and safety committees seeking enhanced incident investigation skills will benefit from HSPI’s training.
Incident investigation training ensures compliance with reporting requirements and enables organizations to mitigate risks effectively.
HSPI delivers comprehensive investigation action training, focusing on methods to identify, assess, and mitigate workplace risks effectively.

Generally, members of the joint health and safety committee or designated safety personnel have primary responsibility for incident investigation.

Incident investigations uncover underlying factors, contributing to preventive measures that reduce the likelihood of future incidents.
By identifying and addressing root causes, incident investigations foster a safety culture, promoting proactive risk management within the organization.
Workplace incidents encompass accidents, near misses, injuries, property damage, or any situation impacting safety that warrants investigation.
Workplace investigations involve evaluating policies, procedures, and organizational practices to prevent future incidents effectively.
HSPI customizes incident investigation training, addressing industry-specific risks and ensuring relevance and applicability across diverse workplaces.
It is advisable to refresh incident investigation training periodically, keeping safety personnel updated with evolving industry standards and best practices.
HSPI’s training covers incident identification, evidence collection, causal analysis, report writing, and implementation of corrective actions.